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Water Grant in Pavo, GA

Updated: 10/11/2004 - The city of Pavo was awarded a $500,000 block grant that will go towards a new water system in the low-income area of the city.

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NAACP Newest Branch Gets Folks to Vote

Updated: 10/11/2004 - The newly formed NAACP branch in Gadsden County is spearheading a campaign to get the supervisor of elections there to open the office on Sunday.

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National Wildlife Refuge Week

Updated: 10/10/2004 - A popular wildlife refuge just south of Tallahassee is inviting you to visit free of charge. For one full week entrance to the St. Marks wildlife refuge is free.

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Flint Riverquarium

Updated: 10/09/2004 - There's a new attraction in south Georgia that's tying in the educational experience with entertainment.

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Pioneer Days

Updated: 10/09/2004 - An area town doubles in size overnight as the annual Pioneer Days gets underway.

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Florida and Georgia Schools Put on Alert

Updated: 10/08/2004 - Florida and Georgia school districts are on alert after a computer disk is found in Iraq containing information on some public schools in their communities.

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Ballot Battle

Updated: 10/08/2004 - With fewer than four weeks to go until election day, lawsuits are already flying in Florida.

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Senior Funding Flap in Gadsden County

Updated: 10/08/2004 - Gadsden County commissioners voted three to two to give the Sheriff's Office $100,000 after giving them $95,000 earlier.

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Do Georgia Gun Laws Go Far Enough?

Updated: 10/07/2004 - A new national survey says the Peach State needs to do more to prosecute criminals who break federal gun laws.

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Flu Vaccine in Short Supply

Updated: 10/07/2004 - Health departments across Florida have been put on notice that the flu vaccine is in short supply.

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Gap Growing

Updated: 10/07/2004 - A new presidential poll among likely voters in Florida shows George Bush widening the gap with John Kerry, but Gov. Jeb Bush says he’s not taking anything for granted.

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Mass of Trash

Updated: 10/07/2004 - A burn warning is in effect for Georgia residents. If you choose to burn debris left from the recent storms, forestry officials urge you to use caution to prevent wildfires.

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H 2 “Oh, No”

Updated: 10/07/2004 - Scientists say the water quality in Wakulla Springs is deteriorating rapidly and they say you should be concerned.

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Amendment 4

Updated: 10/07/2004 - Leon County could receive over $5 million in new education funding from Amendment 4.

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UF Fall Field Day in Quincy, FL

Updated: 10/07/2004 - The event gives farmers and gardeners and opportunity to see the latest farming techniques and products that are readily available to them.

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Boys Choir Initiative

Updated: 10/07/2004 - The Florida State University School of Social Work announces a new endeavor by the Boys’ Choir of Tallahassee at a morning news conference.

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Georgia Gun Laws

Updated: 10/07/2004 - Georgia is among states where those who break federal gun laws are not as likely to be prosecuted.

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